For The Superb Estate’s standout features are its vast cabin and boot, and exceptional value for money. It’s also got a classy interior, low running costs and plenty of standard equipment.
Against Some rivals are more comfortable and fun to drive, while the diesel engines can sound a little gruff when being revved hard.
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The Skoda Superb Estate is a class-leader for cabin and boot space. That it’s also relatively cheap to buy and run, well equipped and has a plush cabin makes it an excellent ownership proposition.
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There are 17 Skoda Superb versions available
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The best engine in the range is the 148bhp 2.0-litre diesel. It has enough power, spread across a wide rev range, to give the Superb Estate good performance in town or on the open road – even when full of people and luggage. Whether you’re a private buyer or company car driver, the engine’s impressive fuel economy and low CO2 emissions will be a boon, too.
Combine this engine with SE Business trim and you’ll have a car that’s well equipped without breaking the bank. The only fly in the ointment is the lack of PCP finance for private buyers on SE Business models, although competitive leasing rates are available for business users. If you’re a private buyer and want a Superb on a PCP deal, go for SE trim, which is still well kitted for the money.
You can extend the standard three-year warranty up to a further two years, and there’s also a three-year pre-paid servicing plan available; both are reasonably priced, so are worth considering if you’re a private buyer.